The DC Cat Count spent three years studying shelter, owned and community cat populations in the District of Columbia in order to develop and validate practical methods and tools that shelters can use to assess their own local cat populations. An essential resource for community cat programs, cat counting tools can help build effectiveness and efficiency while demonstrating your impact in the community. Get a look at the results of the research and a first look at the cat counting toolkit.
- John Boone, PhD | Research Coordinator, Great Basin Bird Observatory
- Tyler Flockhart, PhD | Population Ecologist and Conservation Biologist
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